Paris – The French national gendarmerie service says the driver of a car that rammed a law enforcement vehicle has been arrested and no one was hurt in the incident.
The Iranian strike in Syria on Sunday night must set off alarm bells not only in Israel, but also in the Arab Gulf states and even in the United States.
Israel has been regularly supplying Syrian rebels near its border with cash as well as food, fuel and medical supplies, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
A raging forest fire in central Portugal has killed at least 62 people as they desperately tried to flee, charring cars and trucks as it swept over roads.
At least one person was killed and nine more injured after a van rammed a crowd of pedestrians near a mosque in London on Sunday night, reported The Independent.
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s Revolutionary Guard said Sunday it launched missiles into eastern Syria targeting Islamic State militants in response to a June 7 attack on Iran’s parliament and a shrine in Tehran. The hardline paramilitary force also warned that it would similarly retaliate against anyone else carrying out attacks in Iran.
One year after the Israel Securities Authority banned trading in binary options for Israeli customers, the cabinet today approved, followed by the Ministerial Legislative Committee, the bill proposed by Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon extending the ban to overseas customers.
Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit has issued a legal opinion allowing in-depth searches of suspects’ cellphones, even without a warrant, though the suspect must consent to the search.
A man who allegedly sexually assaulted a North York woman last month after offering her a “blessing” and insisting she needed to be “cleansed of her ex-husband” may be responsible for two similar attacks, police say.
A total of 180 passengers were forced to leave the flight which was just about to leave for Varna in Bulgaria.